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Sorry you guys were delayed but YEA!.  I just got 2 quilts done and another ready to start quilting this morning so I am good to go to start another lol.    If you missed it here is our Canadiana Quilt that the Canada group put together, just got the label on to finish it up. Can't wait to start mq7.

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Marie replied on Thu, Nov 1 2012 8:40 AM

Marilyn B:

Sorry you guys were delayed but YEA!.  I just got 2 quilts done and another ready to start quilting this morning so I am good to go to start another lol.    If you missed it here is our Canadiana Quilt that the Canada group put together, just got the label on to finish it up. Can't wait to start mq7.

Very nice Marilyn!  I love the quilting, nice job!  Are some of the blocks appliqued to the top?  I got a close up and it looked that way.

 

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Nana replied on Thu, Nov 1 2012 9:45 AM

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It will depend on how many 1/4 yds you have in the bundle.   And you may be fine.   I have done the math on this so many times and it seems like each time I get a different number....I think my calculator is on the outs...LOL>    I think you will be fine.    The requirements and cutting instructions will come out sometime after midnight tonight.

The pattern is by Missouri Star Quilt Co. and it wasn't written with everything just right.  It definitely wasn't at the publishable stage.  I have tried really hard to get everything into understandable instructions.   

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Donna replied on Thu, Nov 1 2012 9:49 AM

How do I find MQ7?  Please help

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Nana replied on Thu, Nov 1 2012 9:52 AM

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The workshop will be in the left hand side of your homepage.   The group will be up and running in the morning and I will post a link in this thread.   When you go to the group you will just need to join like you do for any other group.  We will keep this thread for general chatting.

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Candy replied on Thu, Nov 1 2012 9:55 AM

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Candy

It will depend on how many 1/4 yds you have in the bundle.   And you may be fine.   I have done the math on this so many times and it seems like each time I get a different number....I think my calculator is on the outs...LOL>    I think you will be fine.     

 

There are 12  1/4 yard cuts in the bundle.

 

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Nana replied on Thu, Nov 1 2012 10:02 AM

Candy

To use 1/4 yd cuts you would need at least 15 fabrics. to be able to make 6 rows of 5 blocks.   And I really don't think you would want to go smaller than that.

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gini replied on Thu, Nov 1 2012 10:19 AM

great quilt, marilyn

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Barbara replied on Thu, Nov 1 2012 10:26 AM

Marylin ,very nice quilt .  love all the bright colors.

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Candy replied on Thu, Nov 1 2012 10:44 AM

Nana:

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To use 1/4 yd cuts you would need at least 15 fabrics. to be able to make 6 rows of 5 blocks.   And I really don't think you would want to go smaller than that.

so would they all need to be different?    Since I already have 12 that blend together in the bundle, I may be able to find 3 (will that be enough) FQs that will go with the bundle?  I so appreciate your advice as I am such a novice when it comes to values, scale, etc., and in determining what qualifies  as light, medium and dark.  sometimes what I think is a medium is considered a dark and vice versa.  Thank you for your patience

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Sue Jones replied on Thu, Nov 1 2012 10:45 AM

Sounds good I have waiting for this MQ7.

Thanks for setting it all up.

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Bev replied on Thu, Nov 1 2012 10:45 AM

Love the name for this MQ7. I am looking forward to this. Will there be a kit for this from MSQC? I don't have much of a stash that I can use, just a lot of material for planned projects.

Thanks Nana for all your work on this!!

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Ginny replied on Thu, Nov 1 2012 11:07 AM

Marilyn,  I love the Canadiana Quilt.  Was the a group effort? Or did you do this yourself?    Ginny

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Marilyn B replied on Thu, Nov 1 2012 11:27 AM

Thanks all for the compliments on the Canadiana quilt.  It was definitely a group effort.  Several of the girls in the Canada group and one gal from Nova Scotia and I did the blocks and One gal did the longarm quilting.

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Susie replied on Thu, Nov 1 2012 12:07 PM

I'm back up & running!  I finished the snowman swap, am working on my final RR border. 

I'd like to give this a shot, but we'll see how it goes with the timing of it.  I do have several tops that need to be quilted.

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